To put out a fire one or more of 4 things must occur: cool the burning material, exclude oxygen, remove the fuel, break the chemical reaction. Fire needs an atmosphere with at least 16 percent oxygen to burn. Humans can comfortably survive on air with less concentration of oxygen for short periods of time. So, one of the effective and safe ways to take out fires is controlled decreasing of oxygen concentration just below the 14 % threshold. That is exactly what N2G technology does to put out fires. It takes away the oxygen form the burning process without harming people
or equipment. It’s the simplest step at the core of N2G technology.
A fire is extinguished in less than 15 seconds.